Groth Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Valley Floor Sauvignon Blanc from one of Oakville's top grower/producers. Medium straw and star-bright. Mandarin, lime and grapefuit aromatics intermingle with tropical fruit, grass, wet stone and asparagus. Very energetic on the palate. Full-throttle citrus attack, followed by a seemingly soft midpalate leading to a crisp, herbaceous and bitter finish. Lipsmackingly fresh and DYING for … Continue reading Groth Sauvignon Blanc 2017

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Chateau Haut Brion 2003

The Bordeaux wine region is located in the southwest of France, with the city of Bordeaux as its business center. The success of Bordeaux are its geological foundation of limestone with a lot of calcium, the soil is composed of Gravel (left bank), sandy stone and clay (right bank) and the affluence of the Gironde river and its … Continue reading Chateau Haut Brion 2003

Domaine Henry Boillot, 1er Cru Les Fremiets 2005

Burgundy’s prized vineyards stretch from the city of Auxerre in the north down to the city of Macon in the south. In Auxerre we find the wines of Chablis, made with the Chardonnaygrapes, moving south we traverse Irancy and its red wines and Saint Bris with Sauvignon Blancs. While moving south we reach the place where the most sought-after and expensive … Continue reading Domaine Henry Boillot, 1er Cru Les Fremiets 2005

Dr.Heger, Pinot Noir, Vorderer Winklerberg, Ihringen, 2014

German wines fall into a classification depending on their quality, from Tafelwein, Landwein, Qualitatswein Bestimmter Anbaugebeite (QbA) to Pradikatswein. QbA and Pradikatswein are then subdivided in Anbaugebiet (wine region), Bereich ( a small area inside the wine region “Anbaugebiet“), Grosslage ( vineyards inside the small area “Bereich“), and finally the Einzellage ( single vineyard, situated … Continue reading Dr.Heger, Pinot Noir, Vorderer Winklerberg, Ihringen, 2014

Rosso di Montalcino, Podere del Visciolo, 2016

Located between Sant' Angelo in Colle and Castenuovo dell'Abate, on a plateau facing Val d'Orcia and Mount Amiata. In 1950, my great grandfather Zefiro fell in love with Montalcino and acquired the rural house dating back to the 1700s and the land surrounding it, and started to plant the first vines. Today, that tradition continues … Continue reading Rosso di Montalcino, Podere del Visciolo, 2016

Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc, 2016

This is a beauty from one of the most highly regarded California Pinot Noir producers. Ripe and expressive, there is no shortage of sweet citrus and tropical fruit on the nose, which is fairly intense. Very focused. Some wood frames the fruit nicely and adds a polished feel on the palate. The attack's initial richness … Continue reading Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc, 2016

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Tablas Creek Esprit 2012

Elegant estate bottled Rhône blend by the Perrin family (of CDP’s Château de Beaucastel) from their Paso Robles property. Pale ruby with aromatics reminiscent of ripe raspberries, morello cherries and savory herbs. Concentrated and juicy at once with a silky mid palate and spicy finish. William M. Sommelier and Editor @ sipnotes.org

Domaine Grand Veneur, CDP, les origines, 2010

Nearly pitch black at its core, this old vines Grenache brings a bouquet of cooked red berries, white pepper and crushed stone. Full and structured with a mouth-drying finish. William M. @ sipnotes.org

Daniel Etienne Defaix, Chablis 1er Cru, Les Lys 2005

Beautifully aged, mineral-laden Chardonnay from top growing site in Chablis.  Meyer lemon, seashells and hay on the nose, round and soft on the palate with complex texture and excellent length. William Marengo. Editor @ sipnotes.org